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Let’s face it: There’s a lot to manage when you embark on a caregiving journey for someone with Alzheimer’s disease. Whether you’re just starting out or you’re well along the path, there are symptoms to monitor, appointments to navigate, medications to manage, and a whole lot more. It’s easy to become overwhelmed—but a few strategic moves can go a long way toward alleviating stress and lightening your caregiver load. The following five tips can be your guide to supporting your loved one—and yourself—through the twists and turns of Alzheimer’s disease.
Long-chain Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders (LC-FAOD) are a group of rare conditions that impair the body’s metabolism from breaking down certain fats from food into energy. Although there are an estimated 2,000-3,5000 people living with LC-FAOD in the U.S., researchers have limited data on how LC-FAOD progresses overtime and how it is managed in the real world.
PicnicHealth is excited to partner with Komodo Health to enrich its patient-centered real-world data Research Platform. This collaboration will enable PicnicHealth to unlock rich new insights about complex diseases and treatment outcomes.
PicnicHealth is working on new research that uses data from medical records to better understand the day-to-day challenges of living with sickle cell. And we're looking for volunteers with sickle cell disease to help.
PicnicHealth gives people with lupus more control navigating their medical care. PicnicHealth does the hard work of tracking down medical records for patients, giving them access to their complete records, organized in one place. And with PicnicHealth, patients can choose to contribute their data to scientific research, which helps life sciences researchers accelerate breakthroughs in care.
Noga Leviner founded PicnicHealth after managing a Crohn's disease diagnosis to give patients more control navigating their own care. PicnicHealth does the hard work of tracking down medical records for patients, giving them access to their complete records, organized in one place. And with PicnicHealth, patients can choose to contribute their data to scientific research, which helps life sciences researchers accelerate breakthroughs in care.
PicnicHealth is proud to partner with WeAreILL to empower women of color living with MS to get better access to their medical records and to contribute to research on their terms.
PicnicHealth is excited to announce $35 million in funding, including a $25 million Series B led by Felicis Ventures, and a previously-unannounced $10 million Series A led by Amplify Partners, which also participated in the Series B.